Michael has also written a book – “Calm” which is described as “a practical and pleasurable guide to twenty-first century mindfulness.
Prior to this Michael founded entertainment company Mind Candy and built a computer game Moshi Monsters into a global online brand with over 80m registered users. Moshi Monsters was later expanded offline into books, magazines, toys, music albums, trading cards and a movie.
Mind Candy, valued at £200 million, also produced the award-winning Perplex City, a global hunt for a buried stash of £100,000 with players searching for clues across various online media and real world locations.
He has been described by The Daily Telegraph as "a rock star version of Willy Wonka" and by The Independent as "a polite version of Bob Geldof."
Some of Michael's Keynotes include the following topics:
Building winning teams and a growth culture
Marketing insights that make the difference
Entrepreneurship and Innovation – persistence and overcoming setbacks
Mental health through better mental fitness and well-being at work